I just fitted an SKF BXC-600:
It comes with a spacer for using with a 68mm BB shell (which I have).
The instructions aren't very clear, but strongly suggest (visually) that the spacer should go on the non-drive side. This is what I've done and the crank arms look pretty evenly spaced from the chainstays, but the front mech alignment is not very good (XT) - in fact it looks like if I moved the spacer to the drive side, it'd work much better.
Anyone got on thoughts on this?
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